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Course Description:
This course is one module of a four-module series that focuses on more advanced practices in the delivery of online courses. The BP500 series is designed to enhance cooperative, collaborative, active, and experiential learning and to give participants the tools to develop course and teaching resources applicable to their discipline.

This module, BP5000M04: Providing Feedback, presents best practices for providing feedback. Participants will evaluate the different types of feedback.  Participants will also identify the various uses of feedback in the online setting.  Upon successful completion of this module, participants will receive a Best Practices in Online Course Delivery: Providing Feedback certificate.

Course Objectives

  • Compose quality feedback that guides students toward learning objectives, in a way that motivates, supports, and enhances the comprehension of course materials.
  • Provide differentiated feedback that relates to individual learning styles and abilities.
  • Initiate appropriate feedback that focuses on a student’s needs beyond the classroom, such as referrals to external resources.
  • Discuss the importance of appropriate communication methods when managing a challenging online student.
  • Communicate and facilitate solutions related to addressing a challenging online student.


About this course:

  • From start to finish, module may take up to 1.5 hours to complete
  • Fully self-paced. Start and stop as you wish.
  • LMS agnostic design strategies.
  •  Complete all or just some of the sections based on your course design experience.
  • Receive a certificate of completion if all activities are completed.


How to Enroll:

  • Step 1:  Click on the course title below and select 'Enroll' to enroll yourself.
    • You must be logged in to this LMS to complete your enrollment - keep in mind this LMS is separate from your institution's LMS.  If you do not already have an account from engaging in a previous Wiley Education Services faculty development course then you will need to create a new one.  Follow the steps in either Existing Engage Account or No Existing Engage Account.  
Existing Engage Account: 
  • Step 2:  After clicking 'Enroll", you will transition to the log in page.  Log into Engage with your login credentials.  Click the Enroll me button located at the bottom of the page.  You will have immediate access to your course.  You will also receive a confirmation email with a direct link to the course.

No Existing Engage Account: 

  • Step 2:  After clicking "Enroll", you will transition to the log in page.  If you do not have an account, Click the Create New Account Button.  Complete the New Account form.  Once the form is submitted, you will receive an email with an activation link. (Check your Junk or Spam folders if the email is not received). 

  • Step 3:  Follow the directions in the email to activate your account registration.  Then, click the link to return to the Academic Engagement Engage LMS. Scroll down the page to select the course you want to complete (a second time). 

  • Step 4:  Log into Engage with your login credentials. Click the Enroll me button located at the bottom of the page. You will receive a confirmation email with a direct link to the course.


THIS COURSE IS INTENDED FOR FACULTY DEVELOPERS TEACHING IN PROGRAMS THAT ARE PARTNERED WITH WILEY.

BP500-M04 Providing feedback expounds upon developing a learning community by focusing specifically on feedback. In particular, participants evaluate not only different types of feedback, but how that feedback can be used for different types of students. When writing feedback, it' is important for the instructor to consider the student perspective and how what one writes will impact the recipient. Upon concluding BP500-M04 Providing Feedback, the instructor will be able to utilize best practices in providing various kinds of feedback.